American Sign Language: "stay"
The sign for "stay" uses a palm-down "Y" handshape. The movement is more of a
forward thrust than a downward slap. You are shoving the knuckles
forward and a bit down.
Memory aid: Think of telling a dog to "stay."
Related sign: STILL
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